Optimal Electronics Adds Robotics Expert to Its Industry 4.0 Team


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Optimal Electronics Corp. has expanded its Industry 4.0 team with the addition of Mile Ostojic as the company's new expert for robotic applications. Ostojic has more than 30 years of R&D and application experience in control systems, robotics and automation.

Ranko Vujosevic, Founder and CEO at Optimal Electronics, commented, "I have known Mile for 30 years. We started out in the industry together and we are going to work together again on some exciting Industry 4.0 applications. We both love to see advanced research results applied in industrial settings, and Mile's ability to come up with original, smart and feasible ideas will contribute to our Industry 4.0 projects."

Ostojic has worked in industry and government research labs in Yugoslavia, Japan, Canada and Germany. His previous position was with General Electric in Germany, working on R&D in mechatronic systems for automated manufacturing from composite materials. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, an M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Theory of Mechanisms and Machines, and a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Automatic Control.

About Optimal Electronics Corporation

Optimal Electronics Corporation is a global provider of innovative software solutions for the control and optimization of electronics assembly processes. The company’s flagship product, Optel, has been used in production at F500 companies since 1998, delivering a true Lean Manufacturing environment with an incredibly short return on investment (ROI). To learn more, click here.

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